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ALFALFA & CORN PRODUCERS CAN MODERNIZE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS WITH OXION

 

Many advantages can be gained by using Oxion Air System in the production of corn and alfalfa.
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Improved water penetration to reduce runoff and evaporation.

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Reduces hard pan - Able to deliver more water and oxygen deeper into soil.

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Improves utilization of all macro and micro plant nutrients.

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Significant improvements in yields.

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Many corn growers reported 9 to 17 bushels per acre increases.

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Alfalfa growers have reported 1 to 1.5 tons per acre increases.

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Reduced anaerobic root diseases.

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Uniform fields with less compaction.

Growers are no longer able to accept production levels of the past.  Oxion provides a cost effective method and system to improve two of the nation's largest crops.

All producers know rain water is better than their irrigation water for crop production.  The major difference is rain water contains maximum levels of dissolved oxygen.  

The Oxion process ionizes air very similar to what a lightning bolt does in a thunderstorm.  Ionized air consisting of soluble oxides of oxygen and nitrogen are admixed into your irrigation water.  Oxion utilizes your irrigation water as a soil aerification tool.

Uneven crops with reduced yields are results of anaerobic soil conditions, hard pan, and water penetration problems.

Oxygen is essential when developing a strong root system and is vital for root respiration.  The much larger root mass supports increased crop yields, plant vigor, and health.  This is extremely important when considering 90% of the organic plant material is subsurface.

Proper water and nutrient management is required to maximize production.  Oxion will reduce your input costs while increasing yields to improve your bottom line.

The Oxion air system and methods are patented.  Oxion is a registered trademark of Oxion, Inc.

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